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Finally, the Killers ride needed to be able to withstand the chase. New shocks to the rescue!

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I'm not a fan of grey so I promptly sanded them down and painted them!

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oh no! I accidently painted one of they back to grey! HELP!

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a big can of RED to the Rescue!

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slapped these babies on and away we went!

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endless tuning!

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Limit straps for all the SICK AIR this Coronavirus Zombie Killer is going to be getting!

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Wow, all very kool. You have been busy. Nice buggy, great job.
 

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Niiiiice!!!
 

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Awesome work, looking good!!!
 

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Thanks. I keep waiting to here if they will put a larger engine in the Viking. Rumors years ago were that they would but nothing ever materializes. I have over 6,000 miles on the Killer now but she still runs great.
 

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Thanks. I keep waiting to here if they will put a larger engine in the Viking. Rumors years ago were that they would but nothing ever materializes. I have over 6,000 miles on the Killer now but she still runs great.
Yeah we live in hope!!! 6,000 miles, just goes to show how good Yamaha is..
 

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TC has over 10,000 miles..good job..
 

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I just rolled over 400 miles last weekend 😂 LOL
But hey it’s still new (5 months old) and under warranty
 

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Update, I put the fiberglass roof on my Coronavirus Zombie Killer and the thing is squeaky as all heck. Not too good for sneaking up on Zombies. I need to find a way to quiet it down. Was thinking of wrapping my cage in foam noodles then putting the roof back on? Or maybe a rubber wrap of some kind? I saw some people were putting carpet under their roof but I worry about how it's attached and how long it would last.

What have other people done? Am I the only one with this issue?
 
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